Question:i have an itching under breast.. is it related to pregnancy?
Answer: mild itching during pregnancy is normal in most cases. It's also common – about 20 percent of pregnant women have itchy skin. You may feel especially itching around your belly and breasts as your skin stretches to accommodate their increased size. Dry skin and hormonal changes may also contribute.
Do your best not to scratch because it can irritate your skin further and increase the risk of skin infection.
you can simply apply coconut oil it is very good for skin.
if you have itching to much and cant bear put a cloth on tummy and gently rub your hands over the cloth. do not scratch with nails.
apply fragrance-free lotion or cream after take bath. Keep lotion in the fridge so that moisturizing your skin also feels cooling.
Question:I am trying for pregnancy.i am having vomiting sensation,back pain,dizziness and i feel very much tired before i mis my period.period is due this month end.is this related to pregnancy?will there be this symptoms before pregnancy confirmation?
Answer: yes dear. the symptoms you are stating is of pregnancy only. check with the pregnancy kit once to get a surety.
The most common symptoms of pregnancy are nausea,vomiting,aversions to food,digestive problems like constipation,loss,motions,acidity,gas-these are caused due to increase in the level of progesterone.Dizziness is also one of the common symptoms in pregnacy-generally seen due to decreased blood pressure.Mood swings may be seen due to hormonal fluctuations.Sore breast is also one of the common symptoms due to increased hormones like estrogen and progesterone.These symptoms generally decrease after the first trimester once the hormones settle.
Question:My baby eye seems to be yellow. Doctor asked to show baby in sunlight and we were doing that but also the yellow color is there. What to do?? Why is it so?? And also the bilirubin level is 14.5.
Answer: Hi. Best medicine is your milk for baby now. Feed as much as you can. A d your doctor suggested it right keep baby in early morning sunlight for 5-7 mins.